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How Cup Noodles became one of the biggest transpacific business success...

Alisa Freedman, University of Oregon See a container of Cup Noodles at a convenience store and you might think...

Tattoos have a long history going back to the ancient world...

Allison Hawn, Arizona State University While most of us would likely care to forget the pandemic as soon as...

Tattoos have a long history going back to the ancient world...

Allison Hawn, Arizona State University While most of us would likely care to forget the pandemic as soon as...

Surfing makes its Olympic debut – and the waves should be...

Sally Warner, Brandeis University For the first time, surfing is on the Olympic stage. The surfing...

Mindfulness meditation can make some Americans more selfish and less generous

Michael J. Poulin, University at Buffalo When Japanese chef Yoshihiro Murata travels, he brings water with him from Japan....

What’s the G-7? An international economist explains

Emily J. Blanchard, Dartmouth College The Group of 7 is an informal group of seven powerful democracies: Canada, France,...

Anger in Tokyo over the Summer Olympics is just the latest...

Mark Wilson, Michigan State University The Summer Olympics, postponed in 2020 by a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic,...

The UAE’s Mars mission seeks to bring Hope to more places...

Wendy Whitman Cobb, US Air Force School of Advanced Air and Space Studies On July 14, a new Mars-bound spacecraft will launch from Japan. While...

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